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You will find everything related to this lifestyle in the Fitness Blog: workouts, nutrition, diets, motivation…

Quality information for sportspeople, athletes, and Fitness lovers!


Find out what are the benefits of doing sport for health!

What is Fitness?

In the last few years, or even decades, there has been a growing interest in activities that have a common purpose: “staying fit”.

Aerobics, jogging, or bodybuilding were the first ones to encourage healthy habits and staying fit.

Fitness encourages good habits

This could be the broadest definition of “Fitness”, in which the main purpose would be to achieve no other thing than wellness.


However, Fitness can go beyond a mere physical activity and become a lifestyle

Fitness Lifestyle

In this situation, the individual is responsible for determining his or her level of compromise, which involves another relevant aspect: the attitude.

The attitude is so much more than simply doing physical exercise consistently. The attitude involves several components and there are many ways of measuring it.

You have to take care of your diet, show interest in the most relevant news about training, or add supplements to your diet that will strengthen your body while preventing any nutritional deficiency.

Fitness athletes at the gym

These are all factors that show the individual’s level of compromise with sport as a way to follow a healthy lifestyle.


When we talk about fitness, we must mention the wellness, which is a state that involves a positive health that is reflected on the quality of life and a feeling of wellbeing.

Fitness to Stay Healthy

Preventing is ultimately better than the cure. So, why is it that not everyone lives according to this concept?

Practising Fitness means being healthy. Doing sports and following healthy habits counters the onset of certain pathologies or diseases.

However, even those who are fit can have a bad health due to factors that go beyond our control such as hereditary conditions, or bacterial/viral infections.

Fitness and its benefits for health

The inactivity is a risk factor for several diseases like coronary disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia.


These are just a few examples that confirm that doing exercise regularly or following a Fitness lifestyle is an important factor for the prevention of diseases which are often associated with death in developed countries.

Fitness Today

Thanks to the fact that we live in the era of information, there are new modalities associated with sports.

They all want to encourage taking care of ourselves through activities that are compatible with the standard working hours of any citizen while allowing us to achieve our desired physical shape.


Some examples are: indoor cycling, zumba, suspension training,
functional training, kettlebell training, hiit, yoga, pilates, stretching, core training, boot camp…

Those who practice said activities will undergo a psychological process that will change their attitude towards physical training as well as their physical aptitude.

Healthy habits for a healthy life

At the same time, our motivation increases as we witness the positive changes that happen both mentally and physically.


If you want to know what is the key to Fitness Life? we suggest you read this article.
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Push-pull routines are a very effective method when it comes to gaining muscle (hypertrophy) and strength. What is a Push-Pull Routine? The Push-Pull routines are a workout strategy that consists of dividing the sessions in two types of movement: One day, we will push away the weight from our body Another day, we will pull that weight towards our body. …

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Let’s analyze the Rest-Pause method is an efficient way of gaining muscle mass according to the new studies The is the process that results from efficiently combining mechanical tension, metabolic stress and muscle damage. The latter is a direct consequence of the first two. (Schoenfeld, 2010). More specifically, improving the hypertrophy with advanced workout techniques (, Drop Sets, Rest-Pause, Myo-reps, …

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A Training Diary is a quite useful resource in order to document our progress and evolution in the gym. It is easier than you believe We tend to become obsessed when we reach a stagnation point. We focus on the routine, we try to change the rep number, the series number, the weight that we lift… Sometimes, we blame the …

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Today, we will focus on developing a Strength Training to lose Fat combined with a corresponding diet Are 30 minutes of physical exercise enough to ensure that we are healthy?… Obesity and Sedentarism Obesity has increased in most countries from the European Union. In fact, sedentarism is one of the risk factors for aging and the onset of many diseases. …

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Combining Functionality and Sport has resulted in Functional Training which is thought to be a type of training that moves away from weights and gym bars… Let’s see what this is all about! What is Functional Training? It can be defined as a physical activity that uses certain exercises and/or materials to perform movements and patterns that can be used …

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This protocol has been designed for those who dare to achieve almost impossible percentages of fat. With the HSN protocol, you will be able to achieve the extreme definition that you always wanted! Let’s make things clear before starting the protocol First of all, I do not believe that the diet is a 70% of the success. The second thing …

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Everyone reading this knows that sport supplements are useful when it comes to making up for a deficiency in our diet. Above all, they are not meant to replace any food. A good nutrition combined with supplementation will help you achieve your goals. That is why we have created this post to talk about the best supplements for Fitness. A …

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DOMS (“Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness”) is the pain or muscle soreness that takes place one or two days after the workout. This is more common in those who just started training, changed their routine, tried new movements or exercises, or even increased the intensity and volume of training. It can be alarming for beginners, but it is completely normal to …

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The Nitrogen Balance is a term used to describe the rate of protein synthesis and breakdown What is the Protein Turnover? The protein metabolism consists of a series of physiological processes that result in what is known as “protein turnover”. The protein turnover is the connection between the protein synthesis and breakdown. A positive balance for the synthesis is called “anabolism”. …

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Have you ever wondered about what are the benefits of nuts for a fitness diet? We have gathered 10 different nuts and explained their properties to enrich your meals or to simply eat them as a snack! The properties and the nutritional supply of nuts are generally renowned and valued by the specialists in nutrition. However, what we do not …

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